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Old 03-27-2015, 10:14 AM   #41
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Check that link I attached. They seem to be able to custom fabricate most anything to your design..
Pretty slick system. Thanks for the link.
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Old 05-07-2015, 10:53 PM   #42
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Got some pics of this upgrade? I'd sure like to see your work. You must be talented with fiberglass and gelcoat.
Missy is putting some pics together, u could go to Ferlin marine. What ever. Joey built the tops and has a no. Of pictures he is kind of proud of the project too.
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Old 05-07-2015, 11:23 PM   #43
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Joey des great work. He put a friend of mines Key West 21' back together after a jet ski crashed into it. I thought the boat was ruined. Joey fix it and you could not even tell it was ever damaged!
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Old 05-07-2015, 11:29 PM   #44
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I am looking to extend the upper deck aft to the stern to make more room up top to sit and enjoy drinks with friends.
I matched up floor thickness and crown, went to stern, then fwd both sides about 18"past cabin rear wall to make wing doors that zip out. I also framed up bridge and built top for bridge. I think a pic under my name shows tops
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Old 05-07-2015, 11:39 PM   #45
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Joey des great work. He put a friend of mines Key West 21' back together after a jet ski crashed into it. I thought the boat was ruined. Joey fix it and you could not even tell it was ever damaged!
Yes sir, joey is very talented, his boys are too. Joey is a friend of mine, and taught me a lot.,, I didnt say he was cheap
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Missy is putting some pics together, u could go to Ferlin marine. What ever. Joey built the tops and has a no. Of pictures he is kind of proud of the project too.
I Googled Ferlin Marine but get no luck. Do you have a full company name and location? Maybe a link to the pics?
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Old 05-08-2015, 12:04 AM   #47
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joey ferlin, Ferlin Marine, Gautier, Ms,39553

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I Googled Ferlin Marine but get no luck. Do you have a full company name and location? Maybe a link to the pics?
Joey has a websit, I think its through facebook. Try that way and ill go back,try to find it
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Old 05-08-2015, 12:16 AM   #48
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I Googled Ferlin Marine but get no luck. Do you have a full company name and location? Maybe a link to the pics?
joeys website in title. I think pics of d.m. Are on his facebook page. Im going to try to send some pics. Aint to good on this new phone
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I have a hard top extension on my Mainship 40 and am considering adding a crane and dinghy cradles to get the 9' dinghy off the swim platform...not sure how much weight the fiberglass will hold without reinforcement. The dinghy and motor shouldn't weigh over 100 lbs, plus the weight of the cradle, but I still don't know if it will hold it all. Any thoughts?
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You might get the attention of more Mainship owners by posting in the Marlow-Mainship section.
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Sorry, didn't know I was on the Californian site, lol
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I have a hard top extension on my Mainship 40 and am considering adding a crane and dinghy cradles to get the 9' dinghy off the swim platform...not sure how much weight the fiberglass will hold without reinforcement. The dinghy and motor shouldn't weigh over 100 lbs, plus the weight of the cradle, but I still don't know if it will hold it all. Any thoughts?
Hey mr. Mainship, got a buddy round the corner with a 34 m.s. Think its a 84 model,with a single big perk in it. The bridge floor goes back a foot short of stern. Lookin at his bridge floor, bout 4" thick, u wont have any trouble if u have top on bridge. We built upstairs frame work for my top out of 1&1/2 & 2" aluminum pipe. At the back we used2&12" for corners. That with tieing in hand rails and useing 1 6" by 8" oval flange for base,top of pole welded to roof frame. U can pick up your tender, beer cooler, and a fat girl no trouble.
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LOL! Thanks Cloy. Sounds good.
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Here's a few pictures of what I've done so far. Will post more when I can. Hey, watch the dog. He bites.
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Sorry it took so long but here are a couple of links to Furlan's Marine.

Furlans Marine - Highest Quality Fiberglass Work on the Gulf Coast, South Mississippi - Home
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